WHAT WE DO
Create Calm Minds. We have both in person and online programs, events and festivals that teach people the basic yet fundamental life skills of mindfulness, meditation and self awareness.
WHY WE DO IT
Save Our World. Seriously. If we want our world to be different we have to be different. Calm minds cultivate emotional intelligence, resilience, kindness and compassion, generosity, purpose and inner joy.
WHO WE DO IT WITH
Youth / Everyday Peeps / Business. We are about prevention, solution and over all creating a butt-load more joy in life so we get em’ young, whilst also addressing the current 500 million people diagnosed with mental illness right now.
Calm Minds in 5 Years (reached with our meditations/programs/content)
Calm Mind Programs delivered to students/teachers combined in 3 years
Calm Mind programs in 12 months
About Our Founder, Amber Hawken
“Amber's work with students and teachers through Calm Mind Project is nothing short of transformational. The necessity of Calm Mind Project has never been more urgent for the whole ecosystem of humans that influence a child's life. What Amber has created should be core learning for anyone who seeks to empower themselves and others to be awake and alive in their life.”
Dr Polly McGee, Author The Good Hustle, entrepreneur educator and digital strategist.
Calm Mind Project in Schools:
“We had Amber work with our cohort of Year 9 girls and boys. Each group was approximately 40 students yet she was able to connect and engage with all of them in such a short time. She was amazing, delivering her message in a fun and interesting way and one which resonated with all the students.
Amber was also able to actively involve the students and get them to share information, even from those who are usually reluctant to be actively involved. The students found her zest for life inspiring and appreciated her real interest and concern for them as people. .
She really had an impact on our Year 9s , helping them to look at themselves, providing them with many coping techniques and much to reflect upon.”
Lyn Johnstone - The Friends’ School